The festival will be extended until late September to enable the public to attend the shows in this huge photography and visual arts event The institutions participating in the Festival will join starting in June by opening their shows to the public, depending on their capacity and calendars The kick-off of this year’s edition will […]

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The Madrid Design Festival Awards aim to recognise the work of outstanding professionals in the design arena and cast the limelight on this discipline. The Awards Ceremony will be held at the venue of the Chartered Institute of Architects in Madrid (COAM) on February 12th. The three award-winners will take part in the MadridDesignPRO professional […]

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The third annual festival will be held in February 2020. Its programme will include over 250 activities, featuring 66 exhibitions, 12 installations and the participation of over 400 design experts. MDF20 will open on 29th January with two exhibitions: Nature Morte Vivante by Patricia Urquiola and I Work! Because that’s what I’m like, at the […]

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A National Photography Award recipient and one of our most emblematic photographers, Alberto Schommer made his mark in the visual history of Spain with his portraits of social and political leaders during the late Franco regime, Transition and Democracy. The exhibition offers an opportunity to recall the history behind some of these photographs. It all […]

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PHotoESPAÑA 2019 will take place between 5 June and 1 September Guest curator Susan Bright presents a programme of five exhibitions under the title Déjà vu?, bringing together Elina Brotherus, Clare Strand, Laura Letinsky, Sharon Core, Patrick Pound and Délio Jasse, who take ideas and traditions from the past to create new and contextualised work […]

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The second edition of Madrid Design Festival has received a total of 312.000 visitors during February.  The festival welcomed 105 participating institutions, brands and spaces which hosted 248 activities with the participation of 420 designers and professionals and 66 exhibitions and urban installations. The Fernán Gómez Centro Cultural de la Villa hosted the largest number of […]

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The Fernán Gómez Centro Cultural de la Villa hosted the largest number of visitors in the exhibitions Darro. Design and Art 1959–1979, Careful Design. Contemporary Spanish Crafts and Super-Packaging. Design Serving Design MadridDesignPRO, the festival’s professional programme, brought together renowned professionals like Li Edelkoort, Petrus Palmér, Jan Boelen, Benjamin Hubert and Jaime Hayon for 150 […]

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La Fábrica has just launched one of its latest titles: The gaze of things. Japanese Photography in the context of provoke. This hardcover volume presents a tour to Japanese art, from the 1950s to present day, that focuses on photography and the artists that were part of the group Vivo (1957-1961) and the collective responsible […]

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The Swedish photographer Theo Elias has won the latest edition of the Book Dummy Award, with his work Smoke. This international award has been organised by La Fábrica and Photo London, with the collaboration of the printer Brizzolis and the British Journal of Photography, with the aim of selecting and publishing a major auteur photography […]

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Madrid Design Festival Awards, which honour the work of great personas in national and international design, recognises Gaetano Pesce and El Último Grito    Miguel Giner Gutiérrez’s Petra tableware was the project that won the Rado Star Prize Spain 2019, while Coaxal Theorem for Apollonian Objects by Javier Martín Pérez received the Public Choice Award  […]

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